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Seamus Mallon death: Former Northern Ireland deputy first minister and architect of Good Friday agreement dies

Independent Friday, 24 January 2020
Former SDLP leader described as 'force of nature' and 'Irish patriot' after passing away aged 83
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News video: Archbishop pays tribute to 'bridge-builder' Seamus Mallon at funeral

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Seamus Mallon was a bridge-builder who dedicated himself to peacemaking, the head of the Catholic Church in Ireland has told mourners at his funeral. The former Stormont deputy first minister and architect of the Northern Ireland peace process died on Friday, aged 83.

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